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Pryers Solicitors represented Gilbert after he suffered a road traffic accident.

Gilbert was stationary in a queue of traffic when the defendant failed to notice that the traffic ahead had stopped and made no attempt to slow down. The Defendant collided with Gilbert’s vehicle at speed, which shunted Gilbert into the vehicle in front of him. This vehicle was then shunted into the vehicle in front of that.

As a result, Gilbert suffered soft tissue injuries to his neck, abdomen, and left knee. He also damaged 4 teeth as he was eating a hard boiled sweet at the time of the collision and bit down upon impact.

Gilbert made a full recovery approximately 8 months post-accident.

He accepted an offer of £3,060.99.

Settlement £3,061
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